[NetBehaviour] Fwd: Re: [thingist] Fwd: Rhizome is Open

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>From: Murphy <murphy at thing.net>
>Subject: Re: [thingist] Fwd: Rhizome is Open
>Date: Sat, 28 May 2005 19:49:04 -0400
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>On May 28, 2005, at 7:24 AM, Heiko Recktenwald wrote:
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>>Electronic arts or not: the term rhizome, which was fashionable in the 80s
>>here, a lot of fashionable Merve books etc, everybody who wanted to be
>>interesting, used the word to describe whatever he wanted, seems to
>>describe this type of "freedom" of "net art" or "net.art" very precisely.
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>I was on a panel with Rachel a while back. I don't remember now what the 
>context was only that Rachel Greene didn't seem to know what a rhizome was 
>but was there representing Rhizome. That was when I finally realized 
>Rhizome was nothing but a marketing plan.
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>net.art was also a marketing plan, but a lot more fun.
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>Rob
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